See You In Hell
Style: True Heavy Metal
Release date: 9 September, 2011
Playing time: 75:28 (digipak)

I always feel a little bit guilty when I write a negative review about a band, because I know they put their time and energy in it and always try their best, and who am I to judge them? Let me say that I always judge the music, never the members and I have to be honest, and it’s my obligation to the readers.

The first word that entered my mind was cliché. The artwork, the song titles, the lyrics and the music everything has been done before. Who still needs a hooker that has already been in the business for over 20 years?? On the first album they sounded more like Manowar, that's for a bigger part gone on this new album. Instead they create average power metal with a sporadic growl and with high vocals that sometimes give me the creeps.

The hymns sound like a mix of Majesty, Iron Maiden, Stormwarrior, Manowar and Running Wild. This should not be a problem, but then everything must be perfect. That is not the case on this album. The vocals are below average, the song writing too regular and the songs are too long; they get boring. A German band that should get a sound of their own. They don't add anything to the regular scene. The cover "Dr. Stein" explains it all, the execution is lacking and without inspiration, like the whole album. Maybe they can get away with an album like this in Germany, but I'm not buying it.


01. Flames of Revenge
See You In Hell
03. Make It Right
04. The Prophecy
05. Sign of Evil Master (digipak)
06. Alien Autopsy
07. Final Thunder
08. Falconlord
09. The Dragonship
10. Lindisfarne
11. Valkyries
12. Land of the Brave
13. Dr. Stein
14. Tot dem DJ (digipak)

Label: Massacre Records
Distribution: Target (Denmark)
Artwork rating: 45/100
Reviewed by: Reinier de Vries
Date: 28 August, 2011